Introducing ZBrush 4by Eric Keller
Design remarkably realistic creatures, people, and objects using ZBrush and the new edition of this top-selling book. Professional Hollywood animator and ZBrush artist Eric Keller combines his firsthand experience with detailed, step-by-step explanations to make you feel right at home with the interface and tools. The book reinforces the core concepts of ZBrush… See more details below
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Design remarkably realistic creatures, people, and objects using ZBrush and the new edition of this top-selling book. Professional Hollywood animator and ZBrush artist Eric Keller combines his firsthand experience with detailed, step-by-step explanations to make you feel right at home with the interface and tools. The book reinforces the core concepts of ZBrush through fun, hands-on tutorials that will help you achieve amazing results.
- Understand ZBrush's unique sculpting and painting technology
- Take a tour of ZBrush 4's innovative interface and powerful toolkit
- Work with digital clay and effectively use the full array of sculpting brushes
- Master ZSpheres for armature and ZSketching for creating meshes
- Explore exciting new tools for creating hard surface objects
- Learn how to set lighting, create materials, and render in ZBrush
- Create animated turntables within ZBrush to show off your work
The book includes a DVD with example files and models to help guide you through each lesson, as well as movies to show you the sculpting techniques used to create many of the digital sculptures.
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
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This book is an amazing and user friendly introduction to Zbrush which carries you all the way to advanced concepts of Zbrush. Eric's obvious skill and expertise as an instructor is apparent throughout the book. Follow Eric's work step-by-step and you simply cannot get lost. Here's a bonus - most other Zbrush videos, tutorials, on-line training will typically showoff the author's work and generally leave you producing sculpts that you may not even be interested in. While Eric's work is amazing by itself he also takes you step-by-step through creating some of this amazing work for yourself. I have gotten further in understanding Zbrush from following these books than I have on all other resources both free and paid for online. I own both, "Introducing ZBrush" and "Introducing Zbrush 4." I will not part with either. I understand an even newer version is coming out soon. All of them are worth having and I will be first in line for the new copy. EXCELLENT!!!!